Clarence Jones, stood beside the graves of his grandson, Bobby Shawn Jenkins, killed in an ATV wreck in 2004, and his great-grandson, Kayden Branham Daniels, who died in May 2009 after drinking drain cleaner left out in a home where methamphetamine allegedly had been made.
Clarence Jones, stood beside the graves of his grandson, Bobby Shawn Jenkins, killed in an ATV wreck in 2004, and his great-grandson, Kayden Branham Daniels, who died in May 2009 after drinking drain cleaner left out in a home where methamphetamine allegedly had been made.
Clarence Jones, stood beside the graves of his grandson, Bobby Shawn Jenkins, killed in an ATV wreck in 2004, and his great-grandson, Kayden Branham Daniels, who died in May 2009 after drinking drain cleaner left out in a home where methamphetamine allegedly had been made.

State did not do internal review of toddler's death

December 09, 2010 12:00 AM

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